News to know: Apple's Leopard delay; DHS; DNS flaw; Vonage; SANs

Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Apple delays Leopard; blame the iPhone. Apple puts a leash on its Leopard.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: Apple delays Leopard; blame the iPhone. Apple puts a leash on its Leopard. Jason O'Grady's Apple Core. Mary Jo Foley: Leopard delay: ‘Cupertino, start your photocopiers!’
 Techmeme discussion.

Cybercrooks exploiting new Windows DNS flaw. George Ou.
Homeland Security finally transcends F cybersecurity grade. The full report card.

IRS trudges on with aging computers.
Photos (right): Tenebraex tech for color blindness, night vision.
Larry Dignan: Vonage replaces CEO, still rudderless. Russell Shaw: Is Vonage a victim of the "long tail?"
Ed Bott: Is Vista really slow to start up? Mary Jo Foley: As time passes, pressure to move to Vista mounts. Microsoft offers $25,000 for best Office-Oracle mash-up.
APC: Windows XP to be phased out by year's end despite customer demand.
Microsoft delays virtualization beta debut. Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft pushes back delivery dates for virtualization wares.

Data Theft Doesn't Slow Sales for TJX.
Computerworld: Massive spam shot of 'Storm Trojan' reaches record proportions.

Andrew Keen:
An Elitist Code of Conduct for Bloggers.
Shai Agassi:
Jobless and blogging.

Robin Harris:
A SAN for the rest of us.

Garett Rogers:
3D buildings on Google Maps.
Russell Shaw: Major new BlackBerry Patent app simplifies task-key association. Oracle Siebel CRM is now BlackBerry-compliant.

CBS forms online video-sharing network. Akamai may be a big winner.
Loud Thinking: Twitter Trouble.
Google gets Cosmonautic. Photos: Anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's first space flight.

ITworld.com: U.S. military plans to put Internet router in space.

Donna Bogatin: Yahoo
open to click fraud audits.

Technorati makes first major acquisition. Google's acquisition strategy should think small (and mobile).


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